1827 George IV Gold Sovereign
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Bare head of George IV facing left with date (1827) below the truncation between two oval dots. Engraver: William Wyon. Legend: 'GEORGUIS IV DEI GRATIA'.
Crowned ornate shield of royal arms with smaller Hanoverian shield at the centre, by engraver Jean Baptiste Merlen. The legend reads: 'BRITANNIARUM REX FID: DEF:'.
EF - A good clean coin with no real problems for the grade of Extremely Fine, possibly better.
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